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    My Kid’s Health – Keep Track of Your Child’s Health History

    My Kid’s Health by Pomelo Limited is a very handy and easy to use app for new parents to keep track of their child’s health history while making sure their vaccinations are up to date.

    Reviewed by Beth – I’m a 2nd grade teacher and mother to a precious 2 year old. I’m always on the lookout for new and exciting apps for my daughter and my 2nd graders.

    Details

    My Kid’s Health is a great app to keep track of your child’s basic information, growth history, vaccination schedules, appointments, allergies, and illnesses. It is easy to enter information about your child using dropdown menus, and it is great to be able to take a quick look at your child’s health history with the touch of a few buttons. This app is best suited for new parents to use to ensure their child’s immunizations are up to date while keeping track of illnesses and overall health history for their children.

    What Beth Liked

    The drop down menus were wonderful ways to enter information quickly. The whole app interface is very user friendly and easy to figure out.

    Overall

    My Kid’s Health by Pomelo Limited is a very handy and easy to use app for new parents to keep track of their child’s health history while making sure their vaccinations are up to date.

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